Global Clothing and Footwear Retailing, 2015-2020; Market Dynamics, Retail Trends, and Competitive Landscape
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 169 Pages
|服飾鞋子零售的全球市場:市場動態，零售市場趨勢，競爭環境 Global Clothing and Footwear Retailing, 2015-2020; Market Dynamics, Retail Trends, and Competitive Landscape|
|出版日期: 2016年08月31日||內容資訊: 英文 169 Pages||
本報告提供全球 (50個國家以上)的服裝類、鞋子的零售市場相關分析，整體市場結構和趨勢預測 (今後6年份)，最新的市場形勢，各部門 (女性服飾、男裝、童裝，女性用、男性用、兒童用鞋子)的市場規模、成長率，流通結構，主要企業簡介，各地區市場詳細趨勢和創新的配合措施等相關調查。
Emerging markets, such as India, Indonesia, and the Philippines, have a huge middle-income population which is becoming fashion conscious and seek branded clothes at affordable prices. This has resulted in astounding growth of online retail, fast fashion and value clothing & footwear. India is forecast to move up the order of the top 10 countries by sales, surpassing developed countries such as Germany, the UK, France, and Italy.
The advent of the internet has introduced international fashion trends to even the most remote locations, which is fuelling demand for the latest fashion across the globe. During 2015-2020, clothing and footwear sales will witness value growth of US$411.5 Billion, driven by rising per capita expenditure on clothing and footwear from the emerging middle-class cohort, young working professionals and expansion of the online channel.
As of 2015, clothing, footwear, accessories, and luxury goods specialists compromise the largest channel in the category at a share of 59.2% in global clothing and footwear sales. However, discount stores and online channels are growing rapidly and will increase their share in global clothing & footwear sales.
The US is the largest clothing & footwear market globally, with total sales of US$368.2 Billion in 2015. Low prices and high discounts offered by online and discount stores are attracting more customers in the US. Unfavorable economic conditions have altered consumer behavior and many now look for cheaper options. By 2020, China is set to close the gap with US$420.2 Billion in sales against US$420.9 Billion in sales in the US. Growth in the Chinese market will be underpinned by rising purchasing power of the Chinese middle-class population, growing fashion awareness, expansion of the retail network, and an increase in luxury spending. In the short-term, economic uncertainty and currency devaluation will affect consumer sentiment and spending on the clothing and footwear category in China.
Growth in global clothing and footwear market will mainly be driven by increasing demand from emerging markets, growth of value clothing and fast fashion, and continued robust sales from the online channel. Economic uncertainties in key markets will result in shoppers increasing their savings, driving sales for value retailers and discounters. On the contrary, clothing and footwear brands will increase their presence in high growth potential markets, such as India and Indonesia, with growing middle-income populations, young urban professionals and rising fashion awareness.
The report "Global Clothing and Footwear Retailing, 2015-2020; Market Dynamics, Retail Trends, and Competitive Landscape" provides comprehensive analysis of global clothing and footwear retail sales across different channels and also covers current and forecast retail sales data for the category in 50 countries.
In particular, it provides the following analysis:
Companies mentioned in this report: H&M, New Look, C&A, Zara, Benetton, Next, P&C, Deichmann, Kik, TJ Maxx, Wal-Mart's George, Marks & Spencer, Tesco's F&F, Peacocks, Renner Riachuelo, Marisa, Suburbia, Milano, Azaléia, Forever 21, The Gap, TK Maxx, Marshalls, Inc., Benetton Group S.p.A., Target, H&M, Jet, Pep Stores, Mr Price, Ackermans, Foschini, Albasco, Truworths, Splash, Aldo, Bershka, Woolworths, UNIQLO, Myer, Belle International, Esprit Holdings, ABC Mart, Meters/bonwe, Target, New World Department Store China Limited.